Instant Advance Pay

I received an email telling me that I was approved for a $5000.00 loan and to call this number ###-###-#### I then called this supposed loan company and a man who calls him self jack brown told me to E sign and date a second form and email it back to them so I called the number stated and the man sent me by email another form asking me to give my social security number my banking routing number and my bank account number and my drivers lic# so I called the company back one more time and I asked them to please give me a state lic number that they operate under and the man jack brown said they have 72 locations but would not give me any state lic # for the supposed loan company I then asked the man jack brown since they have 72 locations can he please give me an address to one of the locations so I could walk in and verify this offered loan and the man jack brown said no I cant give you a location and then he said I’m canceling your loan application. of course I did not give any of my personal information to this supposed loan company but I thought it best to make a report. thank you ******* *****

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